Overdose Data to Action (OD2A)

  • Request a training in English or Spanish Here

  • Access training materials on our Naloxone Training Page Here

  • View our program flyer Here

  • View our Naloxone Administration Training Workbook Here

  • Take the Recognition and Management of Opioid Overdose for Community Health Workers and Representatives HERE
  • Take the Rx Opioids CME HERE


This page contains everything related to Arizona opioid use prevention, intervention, and treatment. It connects you to other state and local efforts to address substance use. 

Check out the following:

  • Print a summary of the Arizona: Statewide Opioid Resources page HERE
  • Print MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment) Pocket Guides HERE


  1. Overdose Recognition and Naloxone Administration Training Request HERE
  2. Take the Rx Opioids CME HERE
  3. Request naloxone training and supplies from Sonoran Prevention Works
  4. Applying CDC's Opioid Prescribing Resources: An Online Training Series HERE
  5. Check out state and local events listed HERE

  1. Data Sources on Opioid Use (Aug. 2018)
  2. AZ: Find AZ opioid use data HERE
  3. AZ: 2018 County Health Rankings Report HERE
  4. US Rural: 2018 USDA Rural America at a Glance HERE
  5. US: Search U.S. map for drug overdose deaths HERE
  6. US: Medicare Part D Opioid Prescribing Mapping Tool: HERE
  7. US: Medicaid Opioid Prescribing Mapping Tool HERE
  8. US: Rural Health Research RECAP, Quality of Care in Rural Hospitals and Adverse Drug Events (Jan. 2019) HERE
  9. US: Tackling the Opioid Crisis: What State Strategies are Working? HERE

  1. Arizona Prescription Drug Misuse and Abuse Toolkit (scroll down to strategies 1-5) HERE
  2. Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association-AZ Opioid Compliance Toolkit for Outpatient Clinics HERE
  3. Opioid Epidemic Practical Toolkit: Helping Faith and Community Leaders Bring Hope and Healing to Our Communities HERE
  4. Construction Worker Opioid Misuse Prevention toolkit HERE
  5. Mental Health in Rural Communities Toolkit HERE
  6. Evidence-Based Strategies for Preventing Opioid Overdose: What's Working In the United States HERE
  7. Example from North Carolina: Project Lazarus Community Toolkit HERE

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Find Federal Resources (funding, training, direct service providers) for Rural to Address Substance Use HERE

Find Help & Treatment Close to Home
resource list for treatment in Cochise, Graham,
Santa Cruz & Pima Counties


Resources for the Treatment of Opioid Use Disorders  - downloadable card of phone numbers giving first responders 24/7 access to opioid treatment providers in the area.

Getting Help for Opioid Misuse, Abuse or Dependence If you or someone you know is seeking help for opioid misuse, abuse or dependence, there are treatment options available in your area. (Maricopa, Yavapai, Gila, Mohave, Coconino, Apache, La Paz, Yuma, Pinal, Pima, Graham, Greenlee, Cochise or Santa Cruz Counties)

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SAMHSA Certified Opioid Treatment Program Locator

Arizona Community Health Workers Association  

Help us develop and enhance strategies to support healthcare organizations. 

The purpose of this survey is to assess Arizona healthcare leaders and professionals’ perceptions about the Opioid Stewardship Programs (OSPs). OSPs are coordinated organizational interventions aimed at addressing pain and addiction. We have a specific interest in hearing from healthcare leaders and professionals that serve rural populations as they are underrepresented in the OSP literature. 

The UArizona Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health in collaboration with Arizona Center for Rural Health and Comprehensive Pain and Addiction Center is conducting a survey with healthcare leaders and professionals as defined as: 

·                     Healthcare leaders are adults, 18 years of age or older, who hold administrative, clinical, and/or technological leadership positions that support an Arizona rural healthcare organization.  

·                     Healthcare professionals are adults, 18 years of age or older, who work in, or support, rural healthcare in roles such as: administrative support, providers, and community health workers/recovery support specialist. 

If interested, at the end of the survey, you can enter to receive a complimentary copy of the American Society of Addiction Medicine’s (ASAM) Pain and Addiction text. Two people will be randomly selected to receive the book. 

This information will help us develop and enhance strategies to support healthcare organizations. Arizona healthcare leaders and professionals have communicated that pain and addiction are important public health issues. Please take 15-20 minutes to complete this important survey.  

To learn more or to participate please click here . The survey will be open March 7, 2024 through June 6, 2024 

An Institutional Review Board responsible for human subjects research at The University of Arizona reviewed this research project and found it to be acceptable, according to applicable state and federal regulations and University policies designed to protect the rights and welfare of participants in research.